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Re: OT-HUMOR-The white crested tag puller

  • Subject: Re: OT-HUMOR-The white crested tag puller
  • From: Virginia Prinns <inanda@mag-net.com>
  • Date: Tue, 09 Feb 1999 18:45:57 -0800

From: Virginia Prinns <inanda@mag-net.com>

Tip from Kathy Guest a couple of years ago has saved me many tears.  Bury 
a label with each rhz and lily bulb.  Then --  even if a little darling 
pulls labels, you will be able to ID your  whatever eventually.

Thanks again Kathy, as resident 3.6 year old pulled up most labels within 
48 hours of planting last fall.
Cheers  Ginny in Prince George BC Zone 2

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